IRP Discussion Papers - 1971

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Variations in negative tax rates in current public assistance programs: An example of administrative discretion
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Heffernan, W. J., Jr.
DP 107-71. 1971. 21 pp.
After 15 months: Preliminary results from the urban negative income tax experiment
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Elesh, D., Ladinsky, J., Lefcowitz, M. J., and Shore, A.
DP 106-71. 1971. 39 pp.
The welfare reform provisions in H.R. l
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Lampman, R. J.
DP 105-71. 1971. 21 pp.
Pharmacists and physicians: The issue of access
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Elesh, D.
DP 104-71. 1971. 42 pp.
Making inferences from controlled income maintenance experiments
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Metcalf, C. E.
DP 103-71. 1971. 19 pp.
Economic benefits from the elimination of hunger in America
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Popkin, B. M.
DP 102-71. 1971. 32 pp.
On estimating the labor supply effects of a negative income tax
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Garfinkel, I.
DP 101-71. 1971. 76 pp.
The urban problem as an exercise in the theory of efficient transfers
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Smolensky, E. and Gomery, J. D.
DP 100-71. 1971. 26 pp.
Race and urban medicine factors affecting the distribution of physicians in Chicago
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Elesh, D. and Schollaert, P. T.
DP 99-71. 1971. 37 pp.
Mid-experiment report on basic labor-supply response
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Watts, H. W.
DP 98-71. 1971. 48 pp.
Citizen contacts with public officials
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Eisinger, P. K.
DP 97-71. 1971. 44 pp.
Participant demand functions for in-kind transfer payments
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Bryant, W. K.
DP 96-71. 1971. 23 pp.
Control-sharing of administrative functions in city
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Eisinger, P.
DP 95-71. 1971. 34 pp.
Two alternatives to FAP's treatment of the working poor
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Haveman, R. H. and Lampman, R.
DP 94-71. 1971. 20 pp.
Distributional effects of tax and expenditure programs: A framework for analysis
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Hansen, W. L. and Weisbrod, B. A.
DP 93-71. 1971. 17 pp.
Protest behavior and the integration of urban political systems
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Eisinger, P. K.
DP 92-71. 1971. 29 pp.
On the distribution of costs and benefits of public higher education: A reply
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Hansen, W. L. and Weisbrod, B. A.
DP 91-71. 1971. 18 pp.
The work and human investment incentives of negative income tax and wage subsidy programs
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Garfinkel, I.
DP 90-71. 1971. 19 pp.
Trade unionism and social justice
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Barbash, J.
DP 89-71. 1971. 32 pp.
Issues in the economics of a population policy for the United States
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Cain, G. G.
DP 88-71. 1971. 33 pp.
Black education, earnings and interregional migration: Some new evidence
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Weiss, L. and Williamson, J. G.
DP 87-70. 1971. 41 pp.